These are some of the volcanoes in the Philippines that I’ve had the good fortune to have photographed.
This is an ongoing personal project, so if you know of any event that’s not in this list, please let me know so I can add it here.
|12/18/2015||Oriental Mindoro||Landslides and debris flows triggered by Typhoon Nona (Melor)||Llanes et al. (2015)|
|23/10/2015||Bakun, Benguet||140,000 cubic meters||Slow-moving rotational landslide||Galang et al. (2016)|
|18/10/2015||Nueva Ecija||~ 30 million cubic meters||Debris flows triggered by Typhoon Koppu (Lando). Affected areas are alluvial fans.||Eco et al. (2015)|
|12/4/2012||New Bataan, Compostela Valley||~25-30 million cubic meters||at least 566||Debris flows triggered by rains from Typhoon Pablo (Bopha)||Rodolfo et al. (2016)|
|6/21/2008||Libacao, Aklan||10,000 cubic||Landslide dam; caused flashfloods||Catane et al. (2012)|
|11/30/2006||Albay||Lahars triggered by rains from Typhoon Durian; dikes were breached||Paguican et al. (2009)|
|2/17/2006||Guinsaugon, St. Bernard, Southern Leyte||1126||Rock-slide debris avalanche||Catane et al. (2007); Lagmay et al. (2006)|
|11/29/2004||Gen. Nakar, Infanta, and Real, Quezon||893 (?)||Landslide damming caused build-up in Agos River, resulted in flashfloods and debris flows||Gaillard et al. (2007)|
|8/3/1999||Cherry Hills Subdivision, Antipolo, Rizal||60||Caused by excessive rains from Typhoon Olga||Punongbayan et al., (2002)|
Note: Source and reference list is not exhaustive.